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The Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, is shown leaving Brighton Pavilion with a Captain's escort of the Middlesex Yeomanry on the occasion of the Pavillion's opening in 1880. In the carriage are the Prince of Wales, Princess Alexandra and their three daughters, the Princess Royal, the Princess Maud (Queen of Norway) and Princess Victoria. In the foreground is Major Henry John Tritton, with five other members of his family depicted to the left of the carriage, Emmeline Caroline Alexandra Tritton, Anna Isabella Tritton (wife of Major Tritton), Colonel James Hornby Buller (Anna's brother) and, to his left, Mildred Isabella Tritton.
oil on canvas
H 152.5 x W 366 cm
gift from Mr Radcliffe of Warleigh House, 1970